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    Very small municipal utility in Maine. We have 5 lineman, two of which are the engineer and the GF. We have a rotating call schedule. You get 8 extra hours of straight pay for being on call and the same hourly rate you make every day. But during the day the line crew deals with all problems, the on call guy takes over at 330 and weekends.

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    Sounds like a good deal. How long is the "on call" period?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trojan View Post
    Sounds like a good deal. How long is the "on call" period?
    Friday at 3:30 PM to the following friday at 7am. If your on call for a holiday you get a comp day in return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwebsta32 View Post
    Friday at 3:30 PM to the following friday at 7am. If your on call for a holiday you get a comp day in return.
    Can I ask what part of Maine this is? If you don't want to post it that's OK too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwebsta32 View Post
    Friday at 3:30 PM to the following friday at 7am. If your on call for a holiday you get a comp day in return.
    Do you get a comp day for being on call or if you answer a call and work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodvig View Post
    Can I ask what part of Maine this is? If you don't want to post it that's OK too.
    Kennebunk Light and Power, Kennebunk Maine.



    Quote Originally Posted by Trojan View Post
    Do you get a comp day for being on call or if you answer a call and work?
    You get a comp day for being on call during a holiday. Example. If you are on call during the week of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a Thursday and a paid holiday. You are expected to be at home because you are on call. You get paid for the holiday and any calls you get(over time) for the day. You also get a floating holiday(comp day) to use at your leisure throughout the year for being on call on the holiday.

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    Thanks for the info.

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    [QUOTE=jwebsta32;101395]Kennebunk Light and Power, Kennebunk Maine.

    Oh OK I just didn't know about Muni's in Maine!
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